I hold a BEd (Early Childhood Education) from Chulalongkorn University; an MEd (Hons)(Early Childhood Education) also from Chulalongkorn University; an MS (Special Education) from Srinakarinwirote University: and a Teaching License from The Teachers’ Council of Thailand. I was a Thai Language Teacher for ECA at Bangkok Patana from 2001 to 2006 while I was studying for my Master’s Degree. In 2006, there was a big opportunity to be part of Thai School Excellent project so I applied along with more than 100 people who were interested in this job and after one year I was promoted to be a Project Team Leader Phase 2.
After I heard that St Andrews International School Bangkok was looking for a local teacher to join its Learning Support team, I did not hesitate to apply, because working with children with needs is my dream.
My experiences have made me who I am today but I also know how to have fun and enjoy the small things. Throughout my life, I have become very competitive and hardworking because I was taught by my parents that there are no shortcuts in life and anything you want to achieve, you must do it the hard way. I have never worked for a school that feels like working with my family. St Andrews staff from the top down are positive, caring, friendly, helpful and truly a ‘family’ yet professional atmosphere. I feel the work I do as a Learning Support teacher, every day makes a difference to the children with specific needs and our community. I know when I go home that I truly did something meaningful and important. I thoroughly enjoy coming in every day and love every moment of it. At St Andrews International School Bangkok I am encouraged to be the best I can be, and I get plenty of help to achieve that.
“Ms. Third is funny and good at teaching us.”
“Ms. Third is strict but helps us a lot.”